Hello people, i'm 35yrs old from London, England. I love music, reasoning and reality. I noticed when i had a look around there are not alot of people from my side of the water. Would like to meet new people all the same, its not where your from its where your at that matters.
Howdy all! I’m Ty and I’m in Houston. My best brief run-down of me… Total extrovert and conversation junky. The only thing I love more than devouring books is seeing live music. I go to a lot of concerts (in the last two years I’ve probably seen about 60 bands). I listen to a variety of genres but I am most partial to indie rock, punk, classical, and grunge. I am a beer snob and wine geek. I like to think that I'm somewhat of a culinary adventurer. I enjoy all sorts of sports (rugby, football, tennis, and basketball are favorites) but don't follow any particular thing too closely. I love trivia like a unicorn loves pixie dust :-)
Hi everyone! I'm a recently divorced atheist; 34 years old; living in Owasso, Ok (suburb of Tulsa). I have an MA in Industrial/Organizational Psychology and work as a corporate recruiter. I grew up on a farm in SW Oklahoma, so I'm a strange mix of country girl and city girl. I like to get dirty and do outdoor activities, but I hate living in the boonies and can't stand country music.
As you might have guessed, I went for an education rather than kids. I like kids, I just never wanted any. I have 2 dogs who are my whole world: a 14 yr old Greyhound/Springer Spaniel mix and an 11 yr old Boxer.
I enjoy traveling, camping, kayaking, hiking, dancing, and reading. I like to wrestle with my dogs, so I often end up looking like a battered woman … lol. I also enjoy taking pictures, though I haven't had any formal training. I like just about all kinds of music besides country. I'm a particularly big fan of Deftones.
At any rate, I'd love to meet some atheists of the male variety. lol.
Greetings godless heathens... New Hampshire USA, 47 years old, looking for some new friends that don't come with magical baggage. Music, animals, cooking, camping and hiking.
Peace to you all. ;-)
Hello everyone. I am 21 years old and I live in India. I just completed my Aeronautical Engineering and now going to pursue masters in that. Well, I became atheist just an year back although I always had doubts pertaining to that. My past time is writing any stuff. i just completed a short book "The Insightful Mortal" the link of which is http://www.scribd.com/doc/229487986/The-Insightful-Mortal . I have been single all along because I have never found anyone of the same mentality and intellect I wish to have in my partner
Oh hell. Not many visitors, but why not?
About 6 years an atheist before my dad put my older sister and me into a Catholic school (he didn't trust himself to raise moral kids); about 20 years a Catholic before I tossed my parents and their religion, about 52 years an agnostic before a guy dared me to leave my closet; the rest of my 83 years a way-out atheist.
Early during my agnostic years, a six-year marriage to an agnostic woman and by agreement no kids. We joined the same singles club and our dancing surprised some new friends.
I'm in Yountville California, nine miles north of Napa, and was looking at my laptop screen when at 3:20AM on August 31 a 6.0 earthquake rattled the county and emptied half of my bookshelves. The only damage was to two ceramics pieces I'd finished a week earlier.
I read, write, do lightweight politics, chat about lots of stuff, and occasionally go to The City (SF).
RSVP. (Don't know French but I'm studying Spanish.)
... and who won't look at me with that pitying expression—most of us know it well—when I tell them that I am an atheist.
Awwwwww, and he seemed so nice. I wonder what happened?
Think carefully for a moment; do atheists who get a pitying expression use words that invite it?
Maybe 25 years ago I told a very bright woman that I seem to attract passive women. Without a moment's hesitation she asked me if something in my manner invites such women.
I was ready to see it (no longer needed to deny it) and I saw it. Happily I was doing volunteer work that gave me opportunities to practice new ways to relate.
I must have succeeded because right now I don't remember what I changed. I also no longer have that complaint; I enjoy occasional verbal combat with assertive women.
Hi. Jeff. Been separated for several months, divorcing later this year. I'm on a few dating sites (cuz I'm not much of a partier), and figured atheistnexus might be a place to look. That and I miss the discussions and have a lot more time on my hands, now.
I'm originally from Chicago, recently transplanted to the Nashville area. I like outdoorsy stuff, gardening and farming. I do computers for a living. I have motivations towards off-the-grid living. All kinds of interests. Most notably (because politics seems so popular around here): I've been called a fascist and a radical in the same conversation by the same person. I think my opponent just didn't understand the meanings of the words.
Hi everyone. I'm Kuda and I used to read alot. I studied Philosophy of language, logic and AI so I have difficulty reading plain language now. It hurts to listen to faulty reasoning. Anyway I love philosophy, studied economicsas well and am now working on a teaching diploma though I really want a math degree now. People around here interact with objects not experiencing others or ends in themselves so lets say I live in hell. Tshe profile pic is less then 3 months old. I've lived in Texas and Washiington and I'm in Zimbabwe right now.
Greetings, Kuda. I have a fair philosophy background--enough to be able to say why, for example, Alvin Plantinga's "Victorious" modal ontological argument for the existence of God neither establishes God's existence nor makes it rational to believe that God exists--but I'm effectively only beginning to learn about economics. What do you think of Modern Monetary Theory? Personally, I'm skeptical of it--but I'm not an economist.
Keith Brian Johnson